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The BBC brings a local Question Time to Egypt and Tunisia
by Naglaa El-Emary
''It took me more than 300km to come here and ask my question. And so I will.'' These were the words of a young Tunisian student taking part in Saat Hisab, the Arabic version of the BBC's flagship Question Time....
The World in 2012?
The Economist's Daniel Franklin makes predictions and assesses some of the challenges for the year ahead.
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Challenges for journalists in Egypt
by Najiba Kasraee
The election in Egypt is not only an historic test for political democracy but a challenge for the Egyptian media in covering this unprecedented...
Russian elections: 'decisive role' claimed for web activists
by Stephen Ennis
Russia's parliamentary election, which has resulted in a considerably reduced majority for Prime Minister Vladimir Putin's party, One Russia, witnessed a clash of cultures between...
Why is appearing on breakfast TV like a cataract operation?
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Reporting the Royals
BBC correspondent Peter Hunt and Buckingham Palace press officer Ed Perkins offer
tips and advice
on how to report the Royal Family.
There's also a quiz to test your knowledge of the British Monarchy.
Radio 4's Gwyneth Williams
Gwyneth Williams, controller of BBC Radio 4, is in charge of an institution which many people care passionately about.
In a joint event with the Media Society,
she spoke to Telegraph radio critic Gillian Reynolds
about the challenges, pitfalls and expectations of her role.
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